Feldman Architecture, Inc.
Built-ins are great space savers, but you often see like cheap cabinets with a granite top in between. This simple natural wood panel with bookshelves overhead enhances the built-in to an architectural statement.
Neslihan Pekcan / Pebbledesign
For those who whimsical too, among us, everything goes. This colorful, unexpected workspace is also extremely functional – just look at these closets hiding, which is certainly a mess of papers.
Regan Baker Design Inc.
A simple, clean-lined built-in with the added benefit of a bright color and smooth wood (no one wants to write on wood grain – that’s too bumpy).
Roger Hirsch Architects
This is a way to beat boredom at work: turn your wall into a projection screen. Perfect for the (established) screenwriter.
Marie Newton, cabinets redefined
Use your space on the wall. By putting a whole wall into a bulletin board, you get to fill your space with ideas, inspiration and sudden genius. And it actually makes clutter look good.
Vanessa De Vargas
Why sit with your back to the room? Pull your desk away from the wall, use the space on the wall for storage and face outward (where the action is).
Kerrie L. Kelly
A long desk space to work and room for meeting. And here’s the problem of storage is solved, with a black filing cabinet, which also serves as a side table. It hardly looks like office furniture.
For people who design
A simple table desk is possible if you have a closet behind you to keep all the unsightly stuff. Sometimes I think a clean and nice surface like this could do a lot for my productivity.
OK, so it was not made to make room for a huge computer, but this desk is sure not to sit well with a molded plastic chair from the ’60s, and all the little drawers are perfect for the treasures.
Amy Lau design
Form over function. And what a form it is.
Combine an old farm table with some wood shelves and a few boxes, and there you have it: a perfectly working, crafty-friendly office with vintage flair.
vintage toolbox clearly upgrades is a vintage school desk usability (that’s modern talk “creates more room to stuff.”) The old black chalkboard looks perfect, does not it?
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
Great mid-century modern points. This triangular desk with its Scandinavian bones fits perfectly in this window nook. To die.
Dayka Robinson Designs
It’s nothing quite as elegant and as simple as the pastor’s desk. But it can be a bit tight. Lean a giant board against the wall and increase your area.
use, awkward, tight space under the stairs with a tiny integrated. Workspace can double as a big hideaway.
This room has two things for him. 1. It’s in a closet and therefore does not take up living space, and 2. Close the curtain and it’s gone – no need to stick to those unwritten thank you cards while you eat. Oh, too, it’s cute.
Hallways are not just for the more running. The one also serves as a work area with a simple wood panel installed.